Football - 2016 Cosafa Cup - Madagascar v Zimbabwe - Sam Nujoma Stadium

FT – Zimbabwe 5 Seychelles 0

Check out our live blow-by-blow coverage of the 2016 COSAFA Castle Cup Group A clash between Zimbabwe and Seychelles at the Sam Nujoma Stadium on Wednesday.

 

Starting line-ups:

Zimbabwe XI: Tatenda Mkuruva, Lawrence Mhlanga, Hardlife Zvirekwi, Tatenda Mudehwe, Nqobizitha Masuku, Obadiah Tarumbwa, Teenage Hadebe, Bruce Kangwa, Tafadzwa Kutinyu, Ronald Pfumbidzai, Charlton Mashumba.

Subs: Bernard Donovan, Blessing Moyo, Raphael Manuvire, King Nadolo, Farai Madhanaga, Talent Chawapiwa.

Seychelles XI: Vincent Euphrasie, Yannick Manoo, Andrew Onezia, Jones Joubert, Gervais Waye-Hide, Bertion Basil, Achille Henriette, Carl Hopprich, Colin Esther, Elijah Tamboo, Colin Bibi.

Subs: Randy Suzette, Keith Coralie, Daniel Maillet, Gino Melanie, Lucas Panayi, Marlon Sopola.

 

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Goal_LiveScore 90+3′ – GOAL! Mhlanga gets his second of the night with the last touch of the match as Zimbabwe win 5-0 but still exit the COSAFA Castle Cup.

ShotWide_LiveScore 89′ – Euphrasie makes a double save from Mashumba and Kangwa.

ShotWide_LiveScore 82′ – Zimbabwe sub: Blessing Moyo comes in for Hadebe.

ShotWide_LiveScore 76′ – Seychelles sub: Daniel Maillet comes in for Henriette.

Goal_LiveScore 73′ GOAL! Teenage Hadebe heads home from a corner and Zimbabwe lead 4-0, but with Swaziland winning it’s not enough.

ShotWide_LiveScore 72′ – Zimbabwe sub: Raphael Manure comes in for Kutinyu.

Goal_LiveScore 64′ – GOAL! Zimbabwe are 3-0 up! Mhlanga heads in a corner from Pfumbidzai! They need two more …

ShotWide_LiveScore 59′ – Tafadzwa Kutinyu turns and shoots but Euphrasie is alert.

ShotWide_LiveScore 57′ – Zimbabwe sub: Talent Chawapiwa comes in for Obadiaha Tarumbwa.

ShotWide_LiveScore 55′ – Mukuruva rushes off his line to thwart Henriette.

ShotWide_LiveScore 52′ – Commotion in the box as Tarumbwa’s header is cleared off the line.

ShotWide_LiveScore 50′ – Tarumbwa fails to finish off a low cross from Mudehwe.

FinalWhistle_LiveScore 46′ – We are back under way in the second half as Zimbabwe go in search of goals against Seychelles! They lead 2-0.

HALFTIME: Zimbabwe lead 2-0 at the break. They need three more though as things stand though!

ShotWide_LiveScore 44′ – Waye-Hive curls another free-kick that just goes over.

YC_LiveScore 43′ – Yellow card for Mhlanga for foul play.

Goal_LiveScore 37′ – GOAL! Zimbabwe double their lead as Mudehwe heads home from a Pfumbidzai cross! 2-0!

ShotWide_LiveScore 36′ – Mashumba shoots on the turn but it goes wide.

ShotWide_LiveScore 34′ – Mudehwe charges down the right channel but his effort goas straight to Euphrasie’s waiting arms

ShotWide_LiveScore 33′ – Just a line-up note, Zimbabwe made a late change just after warm-up with Lawrence Mhlanga replacing Elisha Muroiwa.

ShotWide_LiveScore 29′ – Mashumba’s header goes wide from a corner.

ShotWide_LiveScore 28′ – Tarumbwa directs his header straight to the goalkeeper.

Goal_LiveScore 23′ – PENALTY GOAL! Pfumbidzai converts from the spot as Zimbabwe lead against Seychelles. They need more!

ShotWide_LiveScore 21′ – Kangwa’s header is stopped by goalkeeper Euphrasie.

ShotWide_LiveScore 18′ – Mudehwe bursts into the Syechelles box from the right but runs out of steam.

ShotWide_LiveScore 14′ – Waye-Hive’s curling free-kick punched out for a corner by a diving Mukuruva.

ShotWide_LiveScore 12′ – Bruce Kangwa’s left footed effort just goes with the goalkeeper to beat

ShotWide_LiveScore 11′ – Chance for Swaziland but Badenhorst’s shot is quickly dealt with by Franscois.

ShotWide_LiveScore 10′ – Mashumba header from a Mudewhwe cross cleared off the line by Manoo!

ShotWide_LiveScore 8′ – Colin Bibi wins a corner for Seychelles on the left flank, but Basil glances his header just wide.

ShotWide_LiveScore 5′ – Esther almost concedes an own goal as ball deflects for a corner.

FinalWhistle_LiveScore 1′ – We are under way between Zimbabwe and Seychelles!

– Match officials – Referee: Helder de Carvalho (Angola); Assistant 1: Arsenio Marengula (Mozambique); Assistant 2: Vivian Vally (Mauritius).